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The Dawn Of Slenderman


Engaging gameplay of The Dawn Of Slenderman

Are you ready for a frightening adventure in The Dawn Of Slenderman? Run around the dark forest to find necessary items and eliminate slendermen.

Into the dark forest

In this game, you assume the role of a character stranded in a haunting woodland. The objective is to explore the area, seeking out and collecting eight pages that are scattered throughout the environment. These pages serve as crucial artifacts that need to be retrieved in order to progress in the game. However, the player must remain vigilant, as Slenderman lurks in the shadows, relentlessly pursuing you. To survive and complete the game, you have a choice: either avoid Slenderman altogether, employing stealth and cunning, or confront the menacing entity head-on, attempting to eliminate the threat. The decision to evade or attack Slenderman adds an element of strategy and player agency, allowing for different approaches and outcomes.

Like Poppy Playtime Chapter 2, the game also employs a first-person perspective, immersing you in the eerie atmosphere of the dark woodland. As you navigate through the haunting landscape, you must exercise caution and stay alert to any signs of danger. The tension rises as the character's agitation increases, further intensifying the fear-inducing experience.


If you want to shoot down the slendermen, click the left mouse button

If you want to run around the playing field, press the arrow keys.

Use the spacebar to jump over.

Hold the Shift + an up arrow key to run fast and escape from the monsters.

Use the mouse to look around.

Use an F key to collect the items.

If you want to throw grenades at the slendermen, use a G key.

Use an X key to prone.

Scroll the mouse wheel to change the weapons.

Release and Platforms

The Dawn of Slenderman was initially released for Android devices in March 2015, catering to mobile gamers seeking an immersive horror experience on the go. The game later expanded its reach by launching on web browsers in August 2021, making it accessible to desktop and mobile users alike.